FORMER CLAY COUNTY HIGH SHERIFF CELEBRATES 93RD BIRTHDAY, INTRODUCES CLARENCE SIZEMORE AS "THE NEXT" HIGH SHERIFF
Video of Col. Sizemore's celebration with friends and family in this article
On Friday March 7, Col. T. C. Sizemore celebrated his 93rd birthday in his Manchester, Kentucky home. Surrounded by family and friends who frequently swelled to a standing-room-only crowd, the legendary veteran of World War II, former high sheriff, former publisher and author laughed and chatted while collecting gifts, hand-shakes and hugs.
Left: Clarence Sizemore candidate for Clay County Sheriff - Right: Sheriff Sizemore samples confiscated "shine' during a raid on an illegal whiskey operation.
FRANKFORT, Ky. – The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission recommended prohibiting the culling of trout statewide and proposed other fishing regulations at its quarterly meeting March 7.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes has continued her active support of Kentucky’s men and women in uniform, welcoming Ft. Knox’s first female commanding general, Brigadier General Peggy C. Combs, during a change of command ceremony at the base.
Secretary of State and Chief Election Officer Alison Lundergan Grimes encourages citizens to take an active role in the May 20 Primary Election by serving as precinct election officers, or poll workers. Approximately 15,000 Kentuckians will be needed to help administer the election.
FRANKFORT, Ky. – As the latest winter storm took aim at Kentucky, a brief break in the weather ahead of its arrival sent many anglers out in search of fishable water.
(Columbia, Ky.) — On March 6, 2014, at approximately 6:16 p.m., the Kentucky State Police arrested a man on charges related to possession and distribution of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor as well as multiple drug offenses.
Students should take care when signing contracts
At some point, students will have to sign a contract. When they do, they should keep in mind these tips from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).
(FRANKFORT, KY) – The Kentucky State Police is now accepting applications for its 92nd cadet class, which is scheduled to begin on August 3, 2014.
(Rineyville, Ky.) — On March 5, 2014, at approximately 1:58 a.m., the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch, assisted by units from KSP Post 4 in Elizabethtown, arrested a man for charges related to possession and distribution of matter portraying a sex performance by a minor.
As a member of Kentucky State Police Cadet Class #1 in 1948, Chester Potter was a ground floor witness to the birth and growth of an organization that would transform law enforcement in Kentucky. Recently, the 83-year-old Pikeville resident, who retired in 1975 as a lieutenant after 27 years on the force, recalled those early “trailblazing” days.
Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rodney Brewer presented 83-year-old, Pikeville, Ky. resident Chester Potter with a Colonel, Aide de Camp certificate on January 30, 2014. Potter, who retired from KSP in 1975 as a lieutenant after 27 years on the force, is the last surviving member of the first Kentucky State Police cadet class in 1948. (Photo: Sherry Bray, KSP Public Affairs)